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Hello Kitty Boxes

Hello!  Happy Monday!  Can't believe there are only 2 more months of school left and it'll be summer soon.  This year is really flying by and my kids are growing so fast!  Wish everything could slow down a bit.  In between some DT projects, I've been trying to make some Hello Kitty boxes.

This is the first box I made using La-La Land's Trinket Box Kit.  I love these little boxes and it does take some time to put everything together but so worth it in the end.  This Hello Kitty is from an older Sizzix die and it's all pieced together with some crushed velvet cardstock.  Sorry if the photo seems a bit bright.  All that gold cardstock seems to throw the color off.

Here is a different angle to show the layering of Hello Kitty's heart and arm.

This is the inside.  I used some washi paper I purchased online from Hanko Designs.  These are so pretty!

Here's another box using a different Hello Kitty die but same idea.

The inside of this box.

I've been hoping to make more of these but time is always a factor and I don't even have a regular job!  Wish I could manage my time better in between all the housework and kids' stuff. 

Thanks for visiting!


Comments

Rachel Parys said…
Oh, my, gooodness!!! This is to die for! I am loving that gold on there! Can you believe how long Hello Kitty has been around? She just never gets old! lol!
Leanne said…
So cute Eva!! Love the different designs and HK images. Love how the gold looks so real.
Super cute!
SuiLan said…
Pretty box! I love anything Hello Kitty and I especially love the gold with that wash paper print!
Lynn said…
Hello Kitty and cherry blossom paper are like milk and cookies. You did a masterful job of putting the box together. The gold adds a rich, Asian touch....beautiful!
Lorraine said…
These are so cute, Eva! I have the Hello Kitty Sizzix dies too. Haven't used them for a while, lol. And yup, the time is moving way too fast.

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